Page 109 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 17 (1958-1959)

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ew ish
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on
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iction
B
ooks
103
I.
P
arrot
, A
ndre
.
Samaria: the capital of the kingdom of Israel. New York,
Philosophical Library, 1958. 144 p.
(Studies in Biblical Archaeology
,
7)
--------. Babylon and the Old Testament. New York, Philosophical Library,
1958. 166 p.
(Studies in Biblical Archaeology, 8)
P
asternak
, B
oris
.
I remember: sketch for an autobiography. New York,
Pantheon, 1959. 192 p.
Early memoirs of the Russian poet and novelist translated by David
Magarshak.
P
a ta i
, R
a ph a e l
,
ed. Herzl yearbook. New York, Herzl Press, 1958. 342
p .
A collection of 13 essays on the history of Zionism before and after
Herzl.
--------• Sex and family in the Bible and the Middle East. Garden City, N. Y.,
Doubleday, 1959. 282 p.
A study of the folklore on marriage, child-bearing and family rela­
tionships in the world of the Bible.
P
e r e t z
, D
on
.
Israel and the Palestine Arabs. Washington, Middle East
Institute, 1958. 264 p.
A consideration of the proposals for resettling the Arab refugees and
the peaceful solution of the problems between Israel and the Arab
countries.
P
esotta
, R
ose
.
Days of our lives. Boston, Excelsior,
1 958 . 2 6 2 p .
A second edition of the autobiography of a Jewish immigrant girl
active in organizing the garment workers.
P
r ic e
, I
ra
M.,
C
arlson
,
E .
L
e s l ie
,
and
S
e l l e r s
, O
rvid
R . The monuments
and the Old Testament. Philadelphia, Judson, 1958. 450 p.
Light from the Near East on the Scriptures.
P
ritchard
, J
ames
B .
Archaeology and the Old Testament. Princeton,
N . J . ,
L '
Princeton University Press, 1958. 253 p.
The relationship of archaeology of the Near East to religious belief
and the interpretation of the texts of the Bible.
--------, ed. The ancient Near East. Princeton, N. J., Princeton University
Press, 1958. 380 p.
An anthology of translations of texts of Semitic documents relating to
the Hebrew Bible, together with pictures.
Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research: vol. 27, 1958.
New York, 1958. 105 p.
Contributions by Tewish scholars on various subjects connected with
Jewish history and literature.
Rabbinical Council manual of holiday and Sabbath sermons. Edited by
Philip Harris Singer. New York, Rabbinical Council Press. 1958. 344 p.
Th e seventeenth annual collection of sermons by American orthodox
rabbis.
R
ask in
, S
a u l
.
Between God and man: Hebrew rhapsody in 100 drawings.
New York, 1959. 136 p.
R
ic c io tt i
, G
iu s e p p e
.
The history of Israel. Trans, from the Italian bv Clement
D. Penta and Richard T . A. Murphy. Milwaukee, Bruce, 1958. 2 vols.
448, 488 p. 2nd edition.
R
i e f f
, P
h i l i p
.
Freud: the mind of the moralist. New York, Viking, 1959.
413 p.
An examination of the moral implications of Sigmund Freud’s views
on politics, war and psychoanalysis.
R
ing elbaum
, E
m m a n u e l
.
Notes from the Warsaw ghetto: the journal of
Emmanuel Ringelbaum. Edited and translated by Jacob Sloan. New
York, McGraw-Hill, 1958. 369 p.
The notes of the former archivist of the Warsaw ghetto.